On Thu, Sep 15, 2016 at 08:31:00PM +0200, René Scharfe wrote:

> Replace uses of strbuf_addf() for adding strings with more lightweight
> strbuf_addstr() calls.  This makes the intent clearer and avoids
> potential issues with printf format specifiers.
> 02962d36845b89145cd69f8bc65e015d78ae3434 already converted six cases,
> this patch covers eleven more.

Great, these all look obviously correct.

> A semantic patch for Coccinelle is included for easier checking for
> new cases that might be introduced in the future.

I think there was some discussion in brian's object_id patches about
whether we wanted to carry Coccinelle transformations in the tree, but I
don't remember the outcome. I don't have an opinion myself.

> Silly question: Is there a natural language that uses percent signs
> as letters or e.g. instead of commas? :)

I don't know, but if they do, they'd better get used to escaping them.


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